Apostille Certificates

Apostille Certificates | Convention de La Haye | The Hague Convention

We specialise in obtaining Apostille Certificates for all original Australian public,
company, commercial and educational documents.

Apostille is a French word (pronounced “ah-poh-steel”), meaning a certificate issued by
a government of a country, authenticating the signature and or seal of a public official
on a public document issued by that country, and intended for use in a foreign country.

Australian public, company, commercial or educational documents, including
documents witnessed, certified and sealed by an Australian Notary Public, when
affixed or attached with an Apostille Certificate issued by the Australian Government,
will automatically be accepted for legal use in foreign countries that are signatories to the
Hague Convention.

Apostille Certificates are restricted in their use to those countries which are signatories
to The Hague Convention; otherwise a full embassy or consulate legalisation procedure
is necessary.

Australia is a member of The Hague Convention, having ratified it on 9th August, 1994.

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We highly appreciate it and wish you all the best!

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Thank you and kind regards,

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As of 4th July, 2016, the following countries are full members and participate in the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961 abolishing the requirement of legalisation for Foreign Public Documents. The number of contracting countries to this convention is presently 132.

Albania

Kazakhstan

American Samoa

Korea (Republic of)

Andorra

Kyrgyzstan

Anguilla

Latvia

Antigua & Barbuda

Lesotho

Argentina

Liberia

Armenia

Liechtenstein

Aruba

Lithuania

Australia

Luxembourg

Austria

Macau (SAR of China)

Azerbaijan

Macedonia

Azores

Malta

Bahamas

Marshall Islands

Bahrain

Mauritus

Barbados

Mexico

Belarus

Moldova

Belgium

Monaco

Belize

Mongolia

Bermuda

Montenegro

Bolivia

Montserrat

Bonaire

Namibia

Bosnia-Herzegovina

Netherlands (The)

Aruba, Suriname, Netherlands Antilles: (Curacao, Bonaire, St Martin, St Eustatius, & Saba)

Botswana

New Zealand

Brazil

Nicaragua

British Guyana

Niue

Brunei Darussalam

Norway

Bulgaria

Oman

Burandi

Panama

Cape Verde

Paraguay

Cayman Islands

Peru

Chile

Philippines

China (Homg Kong-Special Administrative Region(SAR) only)

Poland

China (Macau-Special Administrative Region (SAR) only)

Portugal

Colombia

Romania

Comoros Islands

Russian Federation

Cook Islands

Samoa

Costa Rica

San Marino, Republic of

Croatia

Sao Tome and Principe

Cyprus

Serbia

Czech Republic

Seychelles

Denmark

Slovakia

Dominica

South Africa

Dominican Republic

South Korea

Ecuador

Spain

El Salvador

St Pierre & Miquelon

Estonia

St. Christopher (Kitts) & Nevis

Fiji

St. Georgia & South Sandwich Islands

Finland

St. Helena

France, including:

French Guiana, French Polynesia, Guadeloupe, Martinique, New Caledonia, Reunion, St.Pierre & Miquelon, Wallis and Futuna

St. Lucia

Georgia

St. Vincent & the Grenadines

Germany

Suriname

Greece

Swaziland

Grenada

Sweden

Guatemala

Switzerland

Guernsey

Tonga

Guyana

Trinidad and Tobago

Honduras

Turkey

Hong Kong (SAR of China)

Tuvalu

Hungary

Ukraine

Iceland

United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland

Anguilla, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Brunei, British Antarctic Territory, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Falkland Islands, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Jersey, Montserrat, Mauritius, St. Georgia & the South Sandwich Island, St Helena, Tonga & Caicos Islands, Turks & Caicos, Virgin Islands (British)

India

United States of America

50 USA States, American Samoa, Puerto Rico, The District of Columbia, Guam (Territory of), US Virgin Islands

Ireland

Uruguay

Isle of Man

Uzbekistan

Israel

Vanuatu

Italy

Venezuela

Japan

Yugoslavia

An apostille certificate is the appropriate form of legalisation, if your Australian public document is required to operate in any of the above participating hague convention countries.

Popular Australian Public Documents

Consent Letter for children to travel or visit overseas
Certificates of Free Sale
Powers of Attorney
Pharmaceutical Certificates
NAATI certified language translations
University, TAFE, and Secondary School degrees, certificates and transcripts certified by an authorised officer, or copies verified and certified by a Notary Public
Doctor and Dentist applications for overseas appointments
Birth, Death and Marriage Certificates
Change of Name documents
Single Status Certificates
Certificate of No Impediment to Overseas Marriage
Statutory Declaration signed before a Notary Public
Probate, Letters of Administration
Land Transfer documents
Affidavits, sworn Statements, and depositions sworn before an Australian Notary Public
Certificate of Incorporation of Australian Company issued by ASIC and miscellaneous original company documents, including Notarial Certificate of Good Standing in respect of Australian company
Notarised copy of Passport, Drivers Licence and other identity documents
Certificate of Divorce issued by the Family Court of Australia or Federal Magistrates Court
Police Certificate (“no criminal record”) issued by State or Federal Police
Miscellaneous notarised documents for use overseas